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Helpful Reports for Income, Taxes, and Insurance

We know that accounting and bookkeeping staff have a lot on their hands at the end of the year, so we've put together a list of useful reports to find the most relevant information!

Reporting Income

The best reports for reporting income figures are  the Bank Deposit Report, Program Deposit Split Report, and Category List reports.  Below is a brief description of each report.

  • Bank Deposit: a list of transactions including family names, transaction numbers/descriptions where applicable by date range (by payment date). This report can also be printed to include programs and charge categories the payments were applied to. (Reports>Financial>FIN-2)
  • Program Deposit Split: a breakdown of income over a date range separated into Programs and Charge Categories the payments were applied to. Totals are also broken down into transaction type (cash, check, credit card, NACHA, credits, etc.). (Reports>Financial>FIN-4)
  • Category List Report: a list of charges over a date range (by charge date) with the customer name, charge date, title, un-taxed amount, taxes charged, amount paid and amount outstanding with full report totals at the bottom.(Reports>Financial>FIN-6)
  • Promo Code Report: a list of one or more applied promo codes over a date range with options to filter by program, class, or camp. (Reports>Marketing>MAR-2)

Reporting Taxes

  • Category List Report: a list of charges over a date range with the customer name, charge date, title, un-taxed amount, taxes charged, amount paid and amount outstanding with full report totals at the bottom. (Reports>Financial>FIN-6)
  • Consolidated Tax Report: lists the amount of tax charged over a date range and the amount paid in over the same date range. (Reports>Financial>FIN-11)
  • Family Annual Total Receipts Report: a report generated for each family to assist with claiming help and fitness expenses for tax rebates in some countries.

Reporting for Insurance

  • Student Insurable Age Groups: allows you to define insurable age groups and report the number of students that fit each defined range. Can be reported by location, program and/or active status. (Reports>Students>STU-5)
  • Program Summary: running total of enrollments, unique students, instructor hours, and capacity met broken into programs. Can be generated for classes, camps, or both. (Reports>Classes>CLA-3)
  • Student List Report: a list of students and guardians and basic contact information that allows you to filter by and include a variety of extra information including class enrollments, association id's, etc. (Reports>Students>STU-1)

 

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